Joel Gabri's Blog Posts Tagged 'sudan' (2)

Building peace after independence in Sudan

Today the world will see the birth of a new country – the Republic of South Sudan. After two civil wars, a rocky six-year peace deal, and an almost unanimous referendum vote, Sudan is splitting in two. But as celebrations get under way in the capital Juba, fighting across the border in South Kordofan is casting a long shadow over the prospects for peace.…

Members of the Sudan Peoples' Liberation Movement (SPLM) arrive at the rally in Juba, as South Sudan prepares for its independence.
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Added by Joel Gabri on July 9, 2011 at 7:35am — 9 Comments

Sudan Briefing 15/11/10

In the run-up to January's referendum on independence for South Sudan, Insight on Conflict will be producing a weekly round-up of the news. To subscribe to receive the updates via email, please contact joel@insightonconflict.org

News round-up:

As Sudan’s National Congress Party (NCP) warns against unilateral…
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Added by Joel Gabri on November 17, 2010 at 7:00am — No Comments

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